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it's 5 o clock. rob 2 shot and i'm rob williams. a quiet afternoon on tap before awet and windy wednesday. look for sun and cloud mix today with clouds increasing this afternoon and evening a high of 50. rain develops late night into the overnight hours low 41. periods of studied a heavy rain through wednesday mornings commute into the afternoon and evening. winds will gust upwards of 35 mph or high wednesday afternoon and evening. rain totals could exceed over 2 inches in spots before steady rain tapers late wednesday early
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daytime highs on wednesday 52. temperatures fall thursday morning with a rain snow mix little or no accumulation on thursday but scattered snow showers. a few isolated slick spots possible as temperatures fall to a high of 35 on thursday. then dry and cold in the 30s to end the week before rebounding back to the mid 40s this weekend. carstar single lane closure on southbound i-75 at galbraith road beginning at 9 p.m., followed by a double lane
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reopening by 6 a.m. also, the ramp from galbraith road will reopening at 5 a.m. the following day. new this morning new this morning... a man is set to face a judge, charged in a shooting last month... that left the victim paralyzed. court documents state, 23-year-old john white the third, shot a man in the back on kings run drive on january 24th. white was arrested on a gun charge during a police investigation at a gas station on hopple street. police say he was convicted of a 20-12 robbery in illinois. police in north ridgeville, ohio, have issued a warning to parents.. about fake guns. the department posted these
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guns are real? or fake? turns out, they're all air soft guns... there's no reason for parents to be buying similar items officials with the of cleveland, agree. it's make believe and it's not. they're putting themselves at risk, and parents-- by buying the guns and giving the kids guns as toys-- used to be innocent. it's not anymore." officials say even though it may not seem like a big deal to give a real- looking toy gun to a child... it can end up being used for the wrong reason and result in tragedy. a bill opening up birth records for adoptees born between 1941 and 1994 is headed to governor mike pence. the indiana house passed it monday. open-records advocates say adoptees need important information regarding their birth and medical histories. opponents maintain biological parents should have their
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happening today nats of sirens don't be startled today if you hear this! kentucky is holding a statewide tornado drill. the sirens will ring out at 10-07 this morning... and will only last a couple of minutes. the drill is a great time to review your family's severe weather safety plan. reds you've likely heard the trade rumors surrounding jay bruce... but the outfielder may not be heading to toronto after all! kara dblbx our jordan vilines is live at great american ball park to explain why a three-team deal is on hold... live a three-team trade that would have sent reds outfielder jay bruce to toronto has been put on hold during the medical review stage, according to espn senior baseball writer buster olney. olney reported the deal is "dead" between all three clubs. jeff passan, mlb columnist for yahoo sports, reported that while the players were agree upon, issues came up with non-bruce player's medicals. rosenthal tweeted
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from toronto outfielder michael saunders, who would have been sent to the los angeles angels of anaheim, or with one of the prospects that the reds would have received. the deal would have sent bruce to the blue jays, saunders to the los angeles angels of anaheim and sent one or two minor league players to cincinnati, according to fox sports mlb reporter ken rosenthal. mlb network's jon heyman reported the prospects could come from the los angeles angels of anaheim. neither team has commented on the trade. vo live and commissioner rob manfred says baseball could rule on aroldis chapman's domestic violence case soon. manfred told reporters in arizona that m-l-b is close to a decision on two of the three cases, including chapman, yasiel puig and jose reyes. chapman, now with the yankees, is being investigated for alleged domestic abuse last fall. he's already said he'll appeal. an unusual requirement in the workplace... why employees at one risk management business... must carry a gun on the job.
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bill cosby's wife started her deposition in his civil trial... an update on the case is next. fox19 welcome back to fox19 now
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cincinnati the wife of bill testify in a defamation lawsuit against the comedian. camille cosby gave her deposition at a hotel in boston, curtain with tight security. the case was brought by seven women who are accusing cosby of against him. comes after cosby filed a countersuit against the women. "at the end of the day, a determine who has more seven women we
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cosby." a last-minute appeal to prevent camille from speaking on the record was rejected by a judge. she will now have to return for another deposition on march fourteenth. a georgia business owner is now requiring that all his employees get a concealed carry handgun permit -- and be armed. the company provides risk management services to aircraft insurers. once the employees get their licenses, the owner gives them a taurus judge -- a pistol that is sometimes called a "hand cannon." andrea van buren/toland employee "you're willing to commit to training, commit to becoming an expert on the firearm, and -- also you have to commit to be ready to use it if you have to." the owner says recent crime reports, led to his decision requiring employees to be armed. still ahead... the c-d-c has issued a warning about flooring... that could be in your home. two mothers are seeing double! five sets of twins...
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story next. just call it twin- mania. afr tryingrookside unchy usters, @clybeyar eeted: athis poin i ould jusbe a broside chocole ambassor. we, i am sry, carl.. it s someing you rn.
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five sets of twins... one family. identical twin moms, kerri and kelli turned to fertility treatments when they couldn't get pregnant... kelli gave birth to twin girls, now five... kerri gave birth to a boy and girl, now four years old. kerri had another girl... then kelli had followed by kerri. "i had a boy girl first, girls, and then we flip flopped, she did the boy girl, and i did boy boy. so we got our bases covered." "at this point my husband would die if we found out we are pregnant again." frank marzullo joining us now with
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a look at your on tap before awet for sun and cloud clouds increasing rain develops late overnight hours wednesday into the afternoon will gust upwards of 35 mph or high wednesday afternoon and evening. rain totals could exceed over 2 inches in spots before steady rain tapers late wednesday early thursday morning. daytime highs on wednesday 52. temperatures fall thursday morning accumulation on
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isolated slick spots possible as temperatures fall to a high of 35 on thursday. then dry and cold in the 30s to end the week before rebounding back to the mid 40s this weekend. carstar traffic single lane closure on southbound i-75 at galbraith road beginning at 9 p.m., double lane feb. 22 through reopening by 6 a.m. also, the ramp from southbound i-75 to galbraith road will be closed beginning at 11 p.m. each night, reopening at 5 a.m. the following day. the country music world in mourning this morning... one of the most successful country singers in the 1960s has died. the country music world in mourning
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successful country singers in the 1960s has died. "they say for every boy and girl there's just one love in this whole world and i know how i found mine" sonny james, known as the "southern gentleman," had 16 number one records from 1967 to 1971. james died monday in nashville. he was 87. the c-d-c has issued a new warning on wood laminate flooring, possibly sold by lumber liquidators. the agency says people exposed to certain types of laminate flooring were three times more likely to get cancer than previously predicted. the c-d-c says its recommendations will likely stay the take steps to reduce exposure. a warning from the i-r-s to be on the lookout for tax- related e-mail scams. the agency says phishing and malware scams have surged 400- percent this year.
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been sending e- mails that look like they're coming from the federal agency... in an attempt to get information that could help them file a fake tax return. the refund ends up getting sent to the scammers before the real taxpayers file their real return. the i-r-s reminds consumers - they normally reach out to taxpayers through u-s mail not over e-mail. today marks the first full squad workout for the reds in arizona. what's good... and what's bad... about spring training this here's your morning wake up pkg mandatory reporting day for position players at reds camp, although most everyone showed up early, which is a good sign. what's not a good sign is what the rest of the so- called experts think about the reds chances this season. for entertainment purposes only, of course, vegas' westgate super book has released
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baseball season..and the cubs, yes, the cubs, in the same division as the reds, are 4-1 favorites to win the world series. no other team has odds in single digits. the dodgers and astros are the closest favorites to the cubbies. the reds? second to last. but you already suspected that. yes, i know hope springs eternal when the boys of summer head to spring training. this year, will, if nothing else, be interesting as we get to know this young group of redlegs. by the way, sports director joe danneman is with the team, and he'll have reports for us, starting later today. that's your morning wakeup call, i'm betsy ross. happening now happening now... efforts to rebuild an iconic store after a fire, are underway... and crews are making progress. rob dblbx our sara celi joins us live from rabbit hash with the very latest. since the fire here at rabbit hash, there has been an outpouring of support to rebuild the 185 year old landmark store. and today duke energy will present a check
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rebuilding efforts. that happens today at 9:30am. the store burned earlier this month... and investigators say the fire started in the roof, then spread to the rest of the building. no one was hurt. take a look at this new areial video that shows the afterman of the fire... viewer matt neary shot this with a drone.... you can already see crews working to rebuild... and sift through the damage. gray & pape is working to develop a rehab plan for the rabbit hash general store that will allow it retain its national register of historical places listing. also, a grassroots effort to raise money for the rebuilding effort on go fund me has already raised over 54 thousand dollars. reporting live, sara celi, fox 19 now. "free shipping" just got a little harder to come by for amazon's non-prime shoppers. to come by for
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shoppers. if you spend enough money on the web retailer, you get free shipping. ...but amazon just raised the minimum amount -- so now you'll have to shell out 49 dollars before an order ships for free. the previous minimum was 35 dollars. amazon prime memberships -- which cost 99-bucks a year -- are not affected. starbucks is overhauling its rewards program. the goal is to speed up service at the checkout. under the old program, members got one star per visit -- and it didn't matter how much was spent. as a result, customers were asking baristas to ring up a series of items as separate transactions. the new program is based on how much a customer spends instead. forget a password... mastercard is launching new technology so you can use selfies to approve online purchases. if you want to use your pic to pay -- download the mastercard identity check app. it has you take a
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buy something online. but you won't be able to use the same picture over and over. mastercard makes you blink -- to show that you are taking that pic as you shop. the company says it's safer than a password. a local rap group is nabbed in a major drug bust. why police think this one sting will nabbed in a major drug bust. why police think this one sting will have a huge impact. sot full "i'm more than happy to say, 'i'm sorry' if i offended somebody out there, but it wasn't intended to be offensive." kara vo ohio governor john kasich is apologizing after a comment sparks protests... just ahead of the caucuses. kara 2 shot
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i'm kara sewell rob 2 shot and i'm rob williams... let's get our first look at the forecast with meteorologist frank marzullo. a quiet afternoon on tap before awet and windy wednesday. look for sun and cloud mix today with clouds increasing this afternoon and evening a high of 50. rain develops late night into the overnight hours low 41. periods of studied a heavy rain through wednesday mornings commute into the afternoon and evening. winds will gust upwards of 35 mph or high wednesday afternoon and evening. rain totals could exceed over 2 inches in spots before steady rain tapers late wednesday early thursday morning. daytime highs on wednesday 52. temperatures fall thursday morning with a rain snow mix little or no accumulation on thursday but scattered snow showers. a few isolated slick spots possible as temperatures fall to a high of 35 on thursday. then dry and cold in the 30s to end the week before rebounding back to the mid 40s this weekend. carstar
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on southbound i-75 at galbraith road beginning at 9 p.m., followed by a double lane closure at 11 p.m. each night monday, feb. 22 through thursday, feb. 25, with lanes reopening by 6 a.m. the following day. also, the ramp from southbound i-75 to galbraith road will be closed beginning at 11 p.m. each night, reopening at 5 a.m. the following day. fort thomas police are investigating a single-vehicle fort thomas police are investigating a single-vehicle crash that killed a driver and critically injured two others. police say the car was speeding on eastbound i-275, when the driver lost control and the vehicle began to flip. the driver was pronounced dead at the scene... a 7-month old infant was ejected from a car seat...
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backseat were both rushed to hospitals with critical injuries. we're told needles were found at the scene and track marks were found on the driver. names of those involved has not been released. a major crime bust. a common denominator in a sting of violent crimes has led to multiple arrests and $150-thousand dollars worth of drugs taken off the streets. cincinnati police say, an investigation surrounding a group of local rap artists led to the arrest of their self proclaimed c- e-o. police say the group, focused disipline and dedication or f-d-d, has made music videos and scheduled performances. we're told the leader, 30-year-old jerry black, was arrested on friday. police say during a traffic stop they found a signifact amount of marijuana. "they would contend that they are rap artists, and mr. black would contend that he is the ceo of a music industry and they're clients of his" police expect to
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charges... and could make more arrests. reds a major update this morning involving reds outfielder jay bruce... and a three-team trade that would send him to toronto. rob dblbx our jordan vilnes is live at great american ball park to explain why the deal may be off. live a three-team trade that would have sent reds outfielder jay bruce to toronto has been put on hold during the medical review stage, according to espn senior baseball writer buster olney. vo olney reported the deal is "dead" between all three clubs. jeff passan, mlb columnist for yahoo sports, reported that while the players were agreed upon, issues came up with non-bruce player's medicals. rosenthal tweeted that the medical issue may have come from toronto outfielder michael saunders, who would have been sent to the los angeles angels of anaheim, or to one of the prospects that the reds would have received. the deal would have sent bruce to
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angels and sent one or two minor league players to cincinnati, according to fox sports mlb reporter ken rosenthal. live neither team has commented on the trade. reporting live, jordan vilines, fox 19 now. you decide happening today... nevada is holding its republican caucuses. and the g-o-p white house hopefuls continue to fire pot-shots at each other as they look to win delegate support. "every single day something comes out of the cruz campaign that's deceptive and untrue." "none of you have heard me throw the kind of insults at marco rubio that he's throws at me every single day." it's a cruz commercial, and he made this thing - it's like where do they come up with these ideas? although he just
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it." ohio governor john kasich is feeling some heat this morning.... he made an eyebrow-raising comment about women who helped in his past campaigns... "many women who left their kitchens to out and go door to door and to put yard signs up for me" "i'll come to support you, but i won't be coming out of the kitchen." kasich "i gotcha, i gotcha. he was referring to his state senate race in 1978. governor kasich attempted to explain the comment, calling it off-the-cuff. "everybody's just got to relax and the other thing i think you all know is i am not a scripted candidate. i mean i don't use teleprompters. i don't run around with all these notes like lots of people do. i'm real. " we will bring you the very latest on the nevada caucuses on air and online at fox19 now dot com. do you live in one of the smartest cities in your state? career help site zippia used census data to analyze how intelligent a town
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of factors, including educational degrees and high school dropouts. in ohio... a couple local spots made the top 10 brightest city list... springboro came in at 9... montgomery, eighth... the village of indiana hill was 6th... granville ohio was number one... that's outside of columbus. in kentucky... lots of tri-state cities made the top 10 list... taylor mill was 10th... villa hills, sixth... and then the top four all from northern kentucky... cold spring, fort mitchell, edgewood and union. the full list is on fox10 now dot com. a new look at the devestating fire at a northern plus a check of your forecast... some snow... next. "fox19 now never stops. take us with you
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at amfam.com/ring wednesday. look for sun and cloud mix today with clouds increasing this afternoon and evening a high of 50. rain develops late night into the overnight hours low 41. periods of studied a heavy rain through wednesday mornings commute into the afternoon and evening. winds will gust upwards of 35 mph or high wednesday afternoon and evening. rain totals could exceed over 2 inches in spots before steady rain tapers late wednesday early thursday morning. daytime highs on wednesday 52. temperatures fall thursday morning with a rain snow mix little or no accumulation on thursday but scattered snow showers. a few isolated slick spots possible as temperatures fall to a high of 35 on thursday. then dry and cold in the 30s to end the week before rebounding back to the mid 40s this weekend. carstar single lane closure on southbound i-75
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on southbound i-75 at galbraith road beginning at 9 p.m., followed by a double lane closure at 11 p.m. each night monday, feb. 22 through thursday, feb. 25, with lanes reopening by 6 a.m. the following day. also, the ramp from southbound i-75 to galbraith road will be closed beginning at 11 p.m. each night, reopening at 5 a.m. the following day. happening now a nearly two- hundred year old general store... destroyed in this massive fire. but efforts to clean up, and rebuild in rabbit hash... are underway... and crews are making progress. our sara celi joins
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since the fire here at rabbit hash, there has been an outpouring of support to rebuild the 185 year old landmark store. and today duke energy will present a check for $25 grand as part of the rebuilding efforts. that happens today at 9:30am. the store burned earlier this month... and investigators say the fire started in the roof, then spread to the rest of the building. no one was hurt. take a look at this new areial video that shows the afterman of the fire... viewer matt neary shot this with a drone.... you can already see crews working to rebuild... and sift through the damage. gray & pape is working to develop a rehab plan for the rabbit hash general store that will allow it retain its national register of historical places listing. also, a grassroots effort to raise money for the rebuilding effort on go fund me has already raised over 54 thousand dollars.
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the apollo 10 crew discusses strange noises heard during the 19-69 mission... we've play the just released audiotapes for you ahead. plus... a battle over a development is heating up again in west chester... details next in a live report. nats of space music nats "the music sounds outer spacey doesn't it?"
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an eerie experience on the dark side of the moon. nearly fifty years after the mission, we're hearing the moment when astronauts reported hearing space music. a nasa technician, however, says the noise came from interference between radios in two separate parts of the spacecraft. adlib 4shot anchors adlib during 4 shot a quiet afternoon on tap before awet
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wednesday. look for sun and cloud mix today with clouds increasing this afternoon and evening a high of 50. rain develops late night into the overnight hours low 41. periods of studied a heavy rain through wednesday mornings commute into the afternoon and evening. winds will gust upwards of 35 mph or high wednesday afternoon and evening. rain totals could exceed over 2 inches in spots before steady rain tapers late wednesday early thursday morning. daytime highs on wednesday 52. temperatures fall thursday morning with a rain snow mix little or no accumulation on thursday but scattered snow showers. a few isolated slick spots possible as temperatures fall to a high of 35 on thursday. then dry and cold in the 30s to end the week before rebounding back to the mid 40s this weekend. carstar single lane closure
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at galbraith road beginning at 9 p.m., followed by a double lane closure at 11 p.m. each night monday, feb. 22 through thursday, feb. 25, with lanes reopening by 6 a.m. the following day. also, the ramp from southbound i-75 to galbraith road will be closed beginning at 11 p.m. each night, reopening at 5 a.m. the following day. happening today also today... a fight over land in also today... a fight over land in west chester is set to continue... residents are expected to weigh in on a re-zoning request... kara dblbx our dan wells joins us live with all the details. live vo live live cam and looking live at downtown cincinnati. your weather and traffic is next stay with us trustees will review a development issue which has had the community at odds for years. two years ago trustees denied a zone change that would have allowed the "crossings of beckett" development to move forward as originally planned. the proposed development includes a kroger marketplace, shops, a fuel station and fast food restaurants. at the time, residents said they had big concerns about increased traffic and the location between their homes and the project. the developer silverman and company inc. asked butler county
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decision. trustees are now reviewing a consent decree agreement that if approved, would end the legal proceedings and allow the project to move forward with conditions. as it stands the be built at the southeast corner tylersville road. trustees will tonight at 7 o'clock following their regular meeting at 6 p.m. vo live live cam downtown cincinnati. your weather and traffic is next stay with us
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on tap before awet and windy wednesday. look for sun and cloud mix today with clouds increasing this afternoon and evening a high of 50. rain develops late night into the overnight hours low 41. periods of
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wednesday mornings commute into the afternoon and evening. winds will gust upwards of 35 mph or high wednesday afternoon and evening. rain totals could exceed over 2 inches in spots before steady rain tapers late wednesday early thursday morning. daytime highs on wednesday 52. temperatures fall thursday morning with a rain snow mix little or no accumulation on thursday but scattered snow showers. a few isolated slick spots possible as temperatures fall to a high of 35 on thursday. then dry and cold in the 30s to end the week before rebounding back to the mid 40s this weekend. single lane closure on southbound i-75 at galbraith road
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followed by a double lane closure at 11 p.m. each night monday, feb. 22 through thursday, feb. 25, with lanes reopening by 6 a.m. the following day. also, the ramp from southbound i-75 to galbraith road will be closed beginning at 11 p.m. each night, reopening at 5 a.m. the following day. rob hplaz history is about to take place at the cintas center. the new college take place at the cintas center. the new college basketball polls are out and we now know villanova will be the number 1 team in the country, when they come to visit tomorrow. it's the first time ever a number 1 team will come to cintas. xavier will be ranked number 5, their highest ranking ever... the first time these teams met, 'nova easily dispatched xavier but that's also the game edmond sumner was hurt early. myles davis says the game will be a great test to prepare them for the postseason. "we just know when to play hard, we just know that every game down the stretch matters. and we've got to try to keep pace, especially when we have a chance
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staying up top, comes around, is most important." a win against villanova would give xavier the inside path towards in the n-c-a-a tournament. kara ots parents...there are about to be a lot your kids to watch on t-v. p-b-s is announcing children's network today. the b-s kids...will debut later this year. netflix has also announced they are increasing the amount of shows for kids. they plan to have 35 original series for children by year's end. officials say the change comes as more children watch t-v all day, compared to years ago when it was just in the morning and after school. rob 2shot another red could be on the move... we'll have the latest on the jay bruce trade
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sounds of it off the street...the community is better and safer for it a massive drug bust in the west end... hear why police think this one sting, will have a huge impact. kara vo rumors swirling this morning about a possible jay bruce trade... hear why the deal may not happen. "we're going above and beyond for along if there is an accident or incident we will make that sure people are protected after one of their of going on a uber is considering making changes, so a similar situation won't happen. kara 2shot good morning everyone... i'm kara sewell. rob 2shot and i'm rob
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we want to get a check of your forecast with frank marzullo. a quiet afternoon on tap before awet and windy wednesday. look for sun and cloud mix today with clouds increasing this afternoon and evening a high of 50. rain develops late night into the overnight hours low 41. periods of studied a heavy rain through wednesday mornings commute into the afternoon and evening. winds will gust upwards of 35 mph or high wednesday afternoon and evening. rain totals could exceed over 2 inches in spots before steady rain tapers late wednesday early thursday morning. daytime highs on wednesday 52. temperatures fall thursday morning with a rain snow mix little or no accumulation on thursday but scattered snow showers. a few isolated slick spots possible as temperatures fall to a high of 35 on thursday. then dry and cold in the 30s to end the week before rebounding back to the mid 40s this weekend. single lane closure on southbound i-75 at galbraith road

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